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Opening page of Hammerman Lockit Buik dated 1587 - səhifə 8

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John Calman

Andw Small
At Dundee the twenty sixth day of July one thousand eight hundred & fourteen years.

Andrew Small Deacon & John Crichton Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day James Murray son of James Murray Blacksmith in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. it being declared that the said James Murray and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said James Murray having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. a Duplicate of this entry written on a Twenty shillings stamp conform to Law had likewise been subscribed by the Deacon. And delivered to the said James Murray.

James Murray Junr

John Crichton
At Dundee the seventh day of September one thousand eight hundred & fourteen years.

John Crichton Deacon & James Crichton Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day James Gourlay son of Robert Gourlay Blacksmith in Collinsburgh was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said James Gourlay and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said James Gourlay having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And a Duplicate of this entry written on a Twenty shillings stamp conform to Law had likewise been subscribed by the Deacon. And delivered to the said James Gourlay

James Gourlay

John Crichton
At Dundee the twenty second day of February one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day Abram Middleton Plumber, White Iron Smith, Coppersmith and Founder in Dundee a Member of the Trade (3d April 1801) was in addition to the former branches and is hereby authorised and permitted to carry & exercise the branch of a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said Abram Middleton and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said Abram Middleton having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade.

Abram Middleton

Thomas Ivory
At Dundee the twenty second day of February one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day John Watson Plumber in Dundee a Member of the Trade (28th November 1805) was in addition to the former branch and is hereby authorised and permitted to carry & exercise the branch of a Coppersmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said John Watson and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said John Watson having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade

John Watson

Thomas Ivory
At Dundee the twenty sixth day of June one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day John Gow son of William Gow at Byres of Murthly in the parish of Little Dunkeld was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith and Farrier both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said John Gow and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith and Farrier allenarly. And the said and the said John Gow having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. and a Duplicate of this entry written on a Three Pounds stamp conform to Law has likewise been subscribed by the Deacon and delivered to the said John Gow.

John Gow


Thomas Ivory
At Dundee the (blank) day of February one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day William Batchelor son of George Batchelor Gardener in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Clock & Watch Maker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said William Batchelor and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Clock & Watch Maker allenarly. And the said and the said William Batchelor having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. and a Duplicate of this entry written on a Three Pounds stamp conform to Law has likewise been subscribed by the Deacon and delivered to the said William Batchelor

(unsigned)


At Dundee the twenty second day of February one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day William Kirkland son of William Kirkland Blacksmith in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said William Kirkland and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to & is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said and the said William Kirkland having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. and a Duplicate of this entry written on a One Pound stamp conform to Law has likewise been subscribed by the Deacon and delivered to the said William Kirkland

William Kirkland

Thomas Ivory
At Dundee the twenty sixth day of June one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day John Gow son of William Gow at Byres of Murthly in the parish of Little Dunkeld was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith & Farrier both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said John Gow and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to a & is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith & Farrier allenarly. And the said and the said John Gow having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. and a Duplicate of this entry written on a Three Pound stamp conform to Law has likewise been subscribed by the Deacon and delivered to the said John Gow

(unsigned)


At Dundee the eighteenth day of September one thousand eight hundred & sixteen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day George Gardiner son of John Gardiner at Carse Grange was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Saddler both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said George Gardiner and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said and the said George Gardiner having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said George Gardiner has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the borough of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket under the hand of Mr Thomas Davidson Toun Clerk Depute of the said Borough dated the second day of September current and written on a Three Pounds stamp as required by Law.

George Gardiner

Thomas Ivory
At Dundee the twenty fourth day of September one thousand eight hundred & seventeen years.

Thomas Ivory Deacon & David Morris Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day William Scott son of the deceased John Scott late Clockmaker in London was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Clock and Watch Maker both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said William Scott and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Clock and Watchmaker allenarly. And the said and the said William Scott having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said William Scott has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the borough of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket under the hand of Mr Thomas Davidson Toun Clerk Depute of the said Borough dated the second day of September current and written on a Three Pounds stamp as required by Law.

William Scott

Thomas Ivory
At Dundee the Seventh day of April one thousand eight hundred & seventeen years.

James Gellatly Deacon & David Currance Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day Hugh Munro son of John Munro late Blacksmith in Perth now in Edinburgh was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said Hugh Munro and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said Hugh Munro having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said Hugh Munro has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the borough of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket under the hand of Mr Thomas Davidson Conjunct Clerk of the said Borough dated the fourth day of February last and written on a One Pound stamp as required by Law.

Hugh Munro

James Gellatly
At Dundee the Seventh day of April one thousand eight hundred & eighteen years.

James Gellatly Deacon & David Currance Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Borough

Which day William Whyte son of William Whyte late Blacksmith in Balharry was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith both he and his representatives and free Apprentices being Burgesses as use is. It being declared that the said William Whyte and his aforesaid shall not be at liberty by this present Entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said William Whyte having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said William Whyte has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket under the hand of Mr Thomas Davidson Conjunct Clerk of the said Burgh dated the sixth day of April current and written on a Three Pound stamp as required by Law.

William Whyte

James Gellatly
At Dundee the twenty fifth day of August one thousand eight hundred & eighteen years.

James Gellatly Deacon & David Currance Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day William Roberts Esquire Cashier to the Dundee New Bank was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Lorimer. It being hereby declared that the said William Roberts shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Lorimer allenarly. And the said and the said William Roberts having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said William Roberts has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

Wm Roberts

James Gellatly Deacon
At Dundee the twenty fifth day of August one thousand eight hundred & eighteen years.

James Gellatly Deacon & David Currance Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day David Blair Junior Esquire Merchant in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Lorimer. It being hereby declared that the said David Blair shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Lorimer allenarly. And the said and the said David Blair having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said David Blair Junior has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

David Blair Jr

James Gellatly
At Dundee the (blank) day of August one thousand eight hundred & eighteen years.

James Gellatly Deacon & David Currance Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day James Ivory Esquire Advocate was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Lorimer. It being hereby declared that the said James Ivory shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Lorimer allenarly. And the said and the said James Ivory having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said James Ivory Junior has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

(unsigned)


At Dundee the sixteenth day of Septr one thousand eight hundred & eighteen years.

James Gellatly Deacon & David Currance Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day Hugh Dick was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a White Iron Smith or Tinplate worker. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Hugh Dick shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a White Iron Smith or Tinplate worker allenarly. And the said and the said Hugh Dick having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said Hugh Dick has been admitted a freeman of Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

Hugh Dick

James Gellatly
At Dundee the twenty fifth day of May one thousand eight hundred & eighteen years.

David Currance Deacon & James Donaldson Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day James Lawson Son of David Lawson Turner in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a White Iron Smith or Tinplate worker. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said James Lawson shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a White Iron Smith or Tinplate worker allenarly. And the said and the said James Lawson having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said James Lawson has been admitted a freeman or Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

James Lawson

Dad Currance Deacon
At Dundee the twenty fifth day of May one thousand eight hundred & twenty three years.

David Currance Deacon & James Donaldson Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day Patrick Duff Machine Maker in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Patrick Duff shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith allenarly. And the said and the said Patrick Duff having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon in presence of the Trade. And for instructing that the said Patrick Duff has been admitted a freeman or Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burgess Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

Patrick Duff

Dad Currance Deacon
At Dundee the twenty second day of December one thousand eight hundred & twenty three years.

William Murray Deacon & William Young Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day Alexander Cameron Goldsmith in Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Goldsmith. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Alexander Cameron shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Goldsmith allenarly. And the said and the said Alexander Cameron having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade signs these presents along with the Deacon.

Alex Cameron

George Su(illegible)
At Dundee the twenty second December one thousand eight hundred & twenty three years.

William Murray Deacon & William Young Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day John Arklay Saddler Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Saddler. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said John Arklay & his foresaids shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Saddler allenarly. And the said and the said John Arklay having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade and for instructing that the said John Arklay has been admitted a freeman or Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burges Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

John Arklay

Wm Murray
At Dundee the thirteenth day of November one thousand eight hundred & twenty four

William Murray Deacon & William Young Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day Francis Dick lawful son of John Dick Tinplate worker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a White Iron Smith or Tin Plate Worker. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said Francis Dick & his foresaids shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a White Iron Smith or Tin Plate Worker allenarly. And the said and the said Francis Dick having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade and for instructing that the said Francis Dick has been admitted a freeman or Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burges Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

Wm Murray

Francis Dick
At Dundee the seventh day of December one thousand eight hundred & twenty four

William Murray Deacon & William Young Boxmaster to the Hammerman Trade of the said Burgh

Which day William Dick son of William Dick Tinplate worker Dundee was admitted and received a free Master of the said Hammerman Trade as a Blacksmith & Farrier. Both he and his representatives being Burgesses as use is. It being hereby declared that the said William Dick & his foresaids shall not be at liberty by this present entry to do any work belonging to the other Arts or Branches of the Hammerman Trade but are restricted to that sort of work which properly belongs to and is ordinarily wrought by a Blacksmith & Farrier allenarly. And the said and the said William Dick having given his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade and for instructing that the said William Dick has been admitted a freeman or Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee he produced to the Trade his Burges Ticket written on a stamp as required by Law.

Willm Murray

William Dick
Att Dundie the Fifteen day of March One thousand seven hundred and thirty one years

Which day in presence of Alexander Smith present Deacon of the Hammerman Trade and remanent Members and brethren of the said Craft. Compeared Charles Dickson lawful son to Charles Dickson lately Goldsmith in Dundie now in Edinburgh and was admitted and received a free Master as Gold Smith in the said Hammerman Trade both he and his representatives and Apprentices after him being Burgesses as use is the said Charles Dickson younger gave his Oath of fidelity to the said Trade in common form and he has subscribed thir presents in face of the Trade place and date forsaid.


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